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    Default Interesting read


    This is an interesting read... stories are a bit bizarre much of the time, but interesting. Sounds like the writer has had a long and fruitful relationship with hallucinogenics... no insult intended. No real hiking knowledge to be gleaned except for the listings of the trails mentioned and directions to them.. Still, an enjoyable read.


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    Let me also add another one interesting book - it's A Story About A Real Man (https://books.google.com.ua/books/ab...ir_esc=y&hl=en). It may looks like quite boring at first, but then you'd probably enjoy it.

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    I read Weird Hikes a couple of months ago.. interesting that one person would have so many strange encounters...


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    Not impressed. This writer is so self-absorbed.

    A great writer once said "The best writers write about ideas. Average writers write about other people. Poor writers write about themselves".

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    I impressed and I read this book. I think this is best book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockDoc View Post
    Not impressed. This writer is so self-absorbed.

    A great writer once said "The best writers write about ideas. Average writers write about other people. Poor writers write about themselves".
    ... i didn't say i was necessarily IMPRESSED, just that it was an interesting read... as i stated in my original post, to me, the story reads like there has been some past writer-association with hallucinogenics.


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